I do like the way Safari's bookmark feature is set-up. If you like browsing from the "Bookmarks Bar" you can do that. If you like using a menu you can do that as well. There is a problem with Safari's bookmarks, in my opinion, in the way they are saved. A .plist (XML) file that is not understood by the other programs. So to import bookmarks from Safari is a pain. I personally think bookmarks should all be saved in the format IE uses because they act like a regular web page when viewed in a browser. And that you could mark a particular bookmarks file as being your bookmark holder. This would allow all programs to draw off of that file or add to it. Kind of like the Address Book for Mail of Web Browsers.